I offer after dinner talks on my experiences as a TV and radio broadcaster.
They are crammed with humorous anecdotes and are suited to sports dinner, business lunches and conferences.
I host conferences for companies and associations all over the world.
If you think hiring a professional MC is expensive, try using an amateur and see how costly that can be.
I specialise in awards shows where they want someone funny but can’t quite afford someone famous.
I teach speakers how to be more entertaining and engaging.
I’m on a mission to make the world’s events less boring, by training up all the speakers. It’s tough work but someone has to do it!
I’m very busy as a poacher turned gamekeeper, teaching business clients what to expect in TV and radio interviews.
Here are the preview dates for my Edinburgh Fringe Gilded Balloon show. I hope you can make one of them.
June 15 – Royal British Legion, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottinghamshire
(For tickets please email email@example.com)
All other shows can be booked online at the links below:
June 21st – Museum of Comedy, Holborn, London
June 26th – Hen and Chickens, Islington, London
June 30th – Quay Theatre, Sudbury, Suffolk
July 4th – Turk’s Head, Twickenham, London
July 20th – Hen and Chickens, Islington, London
July 26th – Bread and Roses, Clapham, London
August 1st-27th – Gilded Balloon Teviot, Edinburgh Fringe
If you’d like to be more entertaining and engaging when speaking in public, sign up for Jeremy’s one day Talking Toolbox Masterclass. It’s at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London’s West End on 8th September 2017.
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Common misspellings of my name include:
Jeremey Nicholas, Jeremey Nicolas, Jeremey Nicols, Jeremey Nicolls, Jeremey Nichols, Jeremey Nicholls, Jeremy Nicolas, Jeremy Nicols, Jeremy Nicolls, Jeremy Nichols, Jeremy Nicholls.
But the correct way to spell it is Jeremy Nicholas.
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